President Donald Trump is scheduled to visit Cleveland this Saturday to highlight the positive impacts of his tax reform plan, a White House source has confirmed to WKYC.
The president will be returning to Northeast Ohio just over a month after coming to Richfield on March 29 to talk about infrastructure. President Trump also touched on subjects ranging from his border wall, to veterans affairs, to the success of the rebooted television show ‘Roseanne,’ during his speech at Local 18 Richfield Training Site.
The visit by President Trump could also provide some fuel for Republicans running for governor and Congress ahead of next week’s Ohio Primary Election. A small army of candidates that he has endorsed will be expected to try to draft some of the president’s media coverage and and free publicity.
There is no word yet on the location or time of Saturday’s event.